“Who are you talking to? You’re talking to your best friend.” Sound familiar?
This is usually the extent of the direction we are given in nearly any performance setting, not just voiceover. But what does it mean? Apparently every script, regardless of the genre, medium, or context requires we speak “with authority… to your best friend.”
Confused? You’re not alone.
Translating the most common direction we’re offered as voice actors can trip us up prior to getting any traction booking the gig, or even securing the fact that we’re in the running at all.
Please join us for our NEXT Actors’ SOUND ADVICE Masterclass – “SELF-DIRECTION Part III: Translating the Most Common Direction” Webinar.
Discover the answer to loads of ‘seemingly self-explanatory’ direction that’s rarely all that self-explanatory.
After years of survey, we’ve determined the best practices to follow when you’re offered direction that only serves to confuse you further, or that you just don’t understand.
You won’t find self-direction advice, techniques and tools of the trade more reliable or as well-vetted as you’ll find during this Webinar, unless you coach privately with us!
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